News of Note—T-Mobile's eSIM for postpaid phones; Qualcomm's Apple battle; NBN's pricing and more

News of note
Qualcomm said Apple continues to infringe on its patents in China. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Samsung and LG are reportedly planning to launch 5G phones at the upcoming Mobile World Congress trade show. CNET article

> NBN in Australia will introduce new plans for its fixed wireless services there next year. ZDnet article

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> T-Mobile is supporting eSIM on its prepaid plans, and will add the capability to its postpaid plans in the future. Tweet

> Qualcomm said Apple continues to infringe on its patents in China. PhoneScoop article

> CenturyLink disabled customers' internet access until they acknowledged the company's security advertisement. Ars Technica article

> Revenues for the cloud-native IMS VoLTE core "will accelerate in 2019 to more than 60% growth over 2018," Dell'Oro Group said, adding that Nokia remains the leader in the space. Release

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